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Teo Wei Jie graduated from Singapore Management University with a Bachelors of Law with High Merit in 2019 and was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 2020.

During his university years, Wei Jie was engaged in several legal internships during his summer holidays, where he researched various areas of law, such as novel intellectual property issues in relation to artificial intelligence, legal validity of electronic or digital signatures for legal documentation. He also reviewed data protection policies for companies for compliance with the Singapore personal data protection regulations.

Prior to joining Legalworks Law Corporation, he joined a mid-sized law firm where he advised on real estate transactions involving both residential and commercial properties. In particular, he acted for vendors and purchasers in the sale, purchase and financing of private residential and HDB properties.

He also acted for co-owners in their de-coupling transactions, and clients in relation to refinancing, redemption of housing loans and disbursement of term loans. He has also advised clients on the purchase of BTO flats and private residential properties under construction.

He is also well-placed to advise companies on the sale and purchase of commercial properties.

As a trainee solicitor at a local boutique law firm, Wei Jie assisted in corporate transactions This includes assisting in the purchase of shares of a stockbroking company worth S$70 million in the due diligence process (reviewing remisiers’ agency agreements, dealers’ employment contracts, information technology contracts, etc) and application for regulatory approvals from the Monetary Authority of Singapore for the transaction. He also assisted in the sale of shares of a private medical company in the drafting of the share sale and purchase agreement.

Wei Jie also has experience in drafting shareholder agreements, employee stock option plans, reviewing the constitutions for companies and other corporate secretarial work.

In terms of banking experience, Wei Jie was involved in drafting of security documents, such as letters of offer for a local moneylending firm for corporations and accredited investors. He was also involved in drafting legal opinions on the enforceability of securities in Singapore for a foreign lender.

Besides the above, he has also undertaken general solicitor’s work such as drafting of powers-of-attorney and wills for clients.